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Member Since: Mon, 16th Nov 2009

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Last Posted: 27 Mar '18

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20 Mar '18

+290K sold 0 Bought today.
20 Mar '18

Still no news.
16 Mar '18

Hence its Longterm Investor ticker for the stock
Fkir by name fkir by nature nothing changes.
15 Mar '18

TOR is playing a game of cat and mouse with Investors trying to bide for time and keep them onside problem lies with Uncertainty and how a major could commit to Barryroe project when Irish gov are long way off announcing their plan for future offshore drilling its a huge disappointment to be sitting on such quantities of gas & likely oil with your hands tied but its the Investors i feel for not tor & co. who will continue to milk huge salaries & expences at shareholders expence.
15 Mar '18

Hard to see how TOR will find a farmee in short term until govs plan on what they propose for offshore drilling becomes clearer and the subject is not on their list of priorities at the moment so looks like Investors will be waiting for a while on that one meanwhile TOR could announce going alone however if he does i can see him turning to shareholders yet again for more cash with another dillutive Ri to FULLY fund barryroe project.
15 Mar '18

Have the drop on pvr they are much better Investment over pvr who are scalpers dream.
15 Mar '18

Have the cash and expertise to pull this off and more than likely a better Investment than this stock.
15 Mar '18

British explorer, Europa Oil and Gas, is to fast-track work at its flagship Irish licence, near the Corrib field, saying the project could significantly reduce Ireland�s reliance on gas imports.
Europa is sitting on around five billion barrels of oil, and 2.5 trillion cubic feet of gas, in seven licences off the west coast.

Recent technical work on its Inishkea licensing-option prospects, close to the Corrib field, has led Europa to class that as its flagship Irish asset.

The company now intends to fast-track further technical work, with a view to identifying �a firm drilling target� for an exploration well in 2020, although chief executive, Hugh Mackay, hasn�t ruled out a 2019 drill date, given low geological risks in the area.

�Gas is likely to be a significant component of Ireland�s future energy needs, both for electricity-generation and domestic and industrial heating,� said Mr Mackay.

�We believe 2.5tn cubic feet of undiscovered gas, initially, in place, is likely to translate into commercially significant prospective resources,� he said.
The Corrib field currently provides 60% of Ireland�s gas demand, but will diminish by 10% over the next seven years, and the Kinsale Heads field is nearing the end of its productive life.

Mr Mackay said Europa�s plans can prolong the use of the existing Corrib infrastructure, provide Ireland with some security of energy supply, and offer a significant part of Ireland�s future gas-demand needs.
13 Mar '18

This week Tony & his chums to buisy at Cheltenham.
9 Mar '18

Steady as she goes expect a nice finish today with lots of speculation over weekend with Positive RNS next Week.

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